Under what conditions will the diurnal lag in the rise of the full moon shortly before the autumnal equinox be the least?

The moon should be at the same time at the vernal equinox, at the ascending node of its orbit and at its apogee. Under these conditions, its daily displacement along the celestial sphere to the east will be the smallest, and therefore, the smallest will be the difference in the moments of its two successive rises.

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